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Wine Terms from Bin to Brix
Wine, like many interests and business, has a language of its own. The following entry in our expanding glossary explains terms in common usage at tastings and winery visits from BIN to BRIX. If you have any requests for explanations to be added to the glossary, please ask.
Malbec and Steak Matching
Malbec makes a perfect partner for steak, but do specific cuts of meat have an affinity with wines grown in different regions? Peter F May goes to Gaucho Argentinean steak restaurant to find out.
Malbec World Day
April 17th is celebrated as Malbec World Day. Peter F May visited London’s Gaucho Argentinian Steak restaurant to learn about Argentinean Malbec from Phil Crozier, Gaucho’s Director of Wine.
Wine Terms from ABV to BIB
Wine, like many interests and businesses, has a language of its own. Peter F May explains terms in common usage that you may hear at tastings and winery visits.
Chardonnay makes the world's most popular white wines. Peter F May explains why it is also a favourite with grape growers and winemakers.
Wine Slinger Chronicles - Book Review
Russ Kane travelled throughout Texas visiting wineries and vineyards to write this most readable account. Peter F May found his tales of the people he met and the places he visited unputdownable.
Portugal has given the world a great gift with Port wine. Peter F May looks at discusses this iconic wine.
Cognac is one of the greatest brandies in the world, says Peter F May. But it starts life as basic wine made from unfashionable varieties.
Where Wine Yeast Comes From
We rarely acknowledge the part yeast plays in the taste of our wines, but it is a vital tool in the winemakers armoury. Peter F May follows scientists tracking down wild yeasts and taming them.
Non-Alcoholic Gluhwein Recipe
Glühwein is a favourite in winter, but as the 'wein' part of its name suggests, wine is its major ingredient. Peter F May shows how to make an version as close a possible to the real thing, without using any alcohol.
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